In the meantime, Huawei's VP of International Product Advertising and marketing Clement Wong told Android Central that the periscope digital camera is certainly included within the P30 Professional digital camera module, with out revealing what sort of zoom it'll ship.
According to the rumors doing rounds on the internet, the phone will have a 10x optical zoom. This means there should be no loss in quality when scaling images up. He said that the P30 series phones will come with a next-generation night camera, which will be a "major upgrade" to the Huawei P20 Pro that already performs great in low-light areas. But it looks like Huawei will have periscope cameras on phones before Oppo.
Wong refused to say what exact technology the handset will use.
As the lighter series of Huawei devices are less costly, so somehow specifications will vary but the physical appearance will be the same. Another key difference is the square lens at the bottom of the P30 Pro's array.
He did not confirm that it will be capable of 5x or 10x zoom.
The company has been teasing videos on social media which hinted at the availability of the big new feature on the P30 Pro.
The triple-camera setup on the P30 Lite is rumored to include 20 MP, 16 MP, and 2 MP cameras.
Meanwhile, the Huawei CEO Richard Yu was also spotted with the very same phone in a photo posted on Weibo where he can be seen posing for a photo holding the distinctive camera phone in his hand. The SoC is complemented by 8GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage.
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